Popular Ghanaian language 'Twi' is now breaking boundaries in the entertainment industry around the world.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse.com.gh, the popular Ghanaian language has made its way to the American film industry in one of its horror series which airs on Fox.
The series, called “Sleepy Hollow”, featured the Ghanaian local language in one of its scenes.
In one of the scenes which has gone viral, Twi was used as an incarnation to cast out a demon and hilarious.
A female cast who wasn’t perfect at the language tried to read Twi at a library to cast out a demon.
Twi is arguably the widest speaking language in Ghana.
In other news, Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has expressed her disappoint with respect to the current state of Ghana' movie industry.
She told the BBC that Ghana’s movie industry has a long way to go due to funding constraints from individuals who believe in film-making.
The actress added that most corporate entities do not invest in film and this problem of funding she believes, cuts across movie industries in Africa, of which Ghana is no exception.
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